Hundreds to Advocate to Save School Programs

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Advocates for after school and summer programs will rally at the Capitol May 12 to build opposition to a plan to eliminated $1.15 billion in federal building for statewide programs. Monroe Howard, coordinator for Summer Learning Programs for Sacramento City Unified, speaks to Mae Fesai about the impact.

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